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About Us

ACR is a world leading innovator of autonomous robotic equipment. Our robots are transforming the construction industry by filling the skilled labor gap and increasing overall productivity of the construction industry. Our products give construction firms the ability to meet a rapidly growing demand.

Meet Our Leadership

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Stephen M. Muck

Co-Founder & Executive Chairman

Stephen M. Muck Co-Founded Advanced Construction Robotics, Inc. in 2016 where he provides strategic oversight as Executive Chairman

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Jeremy Searock

Co-Founder, President & CTO

Jeremy L. Searock Co-Founded Advanced Construction Robotics, Inc. in 2016 where he leads as President and Chief Technology Officer,

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Danielle Proctor

Chief Executive Officer

Danielle A. Proctor joined the Advanced Construction Robotics, Inc. team in 2020 as Director of Business Development and was named Chief Executive Officer in 2021,

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Carson Carney

VP Technology Integration

Carson T. Carney, P.E.  joined the Advanced Construction Robotics, Inc. team as Vice President in 2019. 

Innovating Infrastructure

Advanced Construction Robotics, Inc. utilizes robotics and artificial intelligence to innovate and commercialize a wide range of autonomous products to lead the long-term transformation of the construction industry towards enhanced productivity, increased consistency, improved safety, and reduced schedule risk

The Four Pillars

Enhanced Productivity

  • Fills labor gaps caused by industry wide labor shortages

  • Increases the amount of work the existing crew can complete in a day

  • Provides scalable capacity to perform more projects

Increased Consistency

  • Reduces labor risk by bringing confidence to production levels

  • Reduces overtime production volatility

  • Provides real time performance monitoring

Improved Safety

  • Reduces worker exposure to safety risks

  • Less repetitive work reduces career limiting health effects

  • Performs the same work with less man hours, minimizing safety incidents

Reduced Schedule Risk

  • Minimizes delays, liquidated damages, and site operating costs

  • Reduces exposure to peak seasonal staffing demands​

  • Facilitates project critical path acceleration

73%
Concerned about Labor

73% of Construction firms have listed the construction labor shortage as a top concern.

US Chamber of Commerce

50%
Variation in Productivity

A worker's productivity varies by up to 50% doing the same work on the same jobsite.

Sourceable

40%
Sprains and Strains

40% of lost time injuries are attributable to sprains and strains on the jobsite. 

CDC (NIOSH)

72%
Firms with Delays

Nearly 3/4ths of construction firms report that their projects are taking longer than originally planned

AGC

By the Numbers

Leaders in Construction Technology

ACR has been at the forefront of construction innovation since its inception.  As the industry takes notice of the advantages of robotics in construction, contractors have turned to ACR to help them integrate technology.  The company is represented in several major entities as we continue to guide construction into the next industrial revolution.

Robotics and AI Leaders Join Together to Support the Pittsburgh Robotics Network on June 2

Industry Associations

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ACR is a founding member of PRN, a network of robotics leaders with the goal of making Pittsburgh the robotics capital of the world. It provides a platform for companies to tell their stories, build relationships, and collaborate.

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BuiltWorlds is the premier global network enabling buildings & infrastructure professionals to learn about important trends and technology, share insights, and make strategic connections to adapt and succeed in a changing world.

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AGC of America is the leading association for the construction industry. It serves as the voice of the construction industry and improves construction quality by bringing together dedicated contractors and subcontractors.

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The CAWP exists to encourage and assist the organization of employees in the Heavy, Highway and Utility Construction Industry to the end that fair competition may be maintained, conditions of labor may be improved, and that proper and friendly relations may be maintained.